Paint Your Car With Rustoleum
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Do you have a fun car that you just KNOW will go faster with a brand new paint job?
This method is based on the idea of using a foam paint roller to put many layers of Rustoleum on your car. Except, I used a professional airgun and only 2 coats. The result? Pretty dang good, for the money.
So why Rustoleum? Well, on the internet you can find people who rolled it on, and the cars look pretty good. But most of all, you can get a quart for under $5 at any hardware store, whereas automotive paint can be 20-50 times that much.
I have a neighbor who has a paint shop in his garage, so I got to use his spray gun. You will need a spray gun and air compressor, but if you don’t you can still try rolling on the paint.
Throughout the project I kept telling myself, self, if this works out. you’ll have to do an Instructable on it, and it worked out, so this is my first instructable.
Note: I’m not liable for. anything. If you ruin your car, my condolences but remember, YOU did it. However you probably won’t ruin your car unless you try.